Time for a little roundup of super cute printables, including a sweet, printable “A Lazy Summer Day” postcard by Kelsey Garrity Riley (shown above), as well as some adorable back to school freebies and a fantastic, printable tiger lily paper craft from Ellinee. Get those printers and scissors ready!
Above, clockwise from top left : diy paper tiger lily by Ellinee; free printable Airy & Light notecards by Benign Objects; printable back-to-school stickers by Belinda Strong (a.k.a. Bee) – check out We Love to Illustrate for many more back to school freebies; printable (and editable) back-to-school labels by Paper Glitter
images from their respective sources
The new collection of cards by illustrator, Ben Javens, at 1973 is calling my name! The colorful cards feature Ben’s smile-inducing illustrations, and they’re perfect candidates for framing as wall art, too. Here’s a peek at some of my favorites, and you can head over to 1973 to see the full collection.
images from 1973
These modern, geometric screen prints by London-based Enclosed Spaces caught my eye as soon as they popped up in my inbox last week. The trio of hand-pulled prints from the Geometric Landscape collection was inspired by the great outdoors and will bring a bit of nature’s beauty to your own ‘enclosed space’. Each print in the collection – Solitude, From Mountains to Cities, and Two Peaks – is available in Pitch Black, Alpine Blue, and Sunny Gold colorways.
Enclosed Spaces also has a great giveaway going on through August 15th. Head on over to their blog for details about how you can enter to win your choice of print from the Geometric Landscape collection.
images from Enclosed Spaces
Inspired by their own paint palettes and color studies, Dear Hancock created these wonderfully colorful wrapping paper designs that are so fresh and modern. Available in warm tones or cool tones, these unique gift wrap sheets can be used to create an artfully wrapped package with a matching, do-it-yourself bow, as the folks from Dear Hancock show you in a clever, stop motion video that takes you through the process.
images from Dear Hancock